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The final two performances are tonight at 7:30 and tomorrow, May 19 at 2 p.m.
The 1993 graduate of Framingham High died while climbing down Snow Creek Wall said the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, Arts
Raise the Roof event to help family battling cancer, students art auction, James and The Giant Peach performance, Materialize show ends this weekend and Garden Club's annual spring sale all featured in today's column.
Volunteers in the News, Sports
Autumn Buxton has been named a Pedal Partner of the 34th annual Pan-Massachusetts Challenge and will be honored at Fenway Park tomorrow, May 19.
With Town Meeting members approving $18 million for water and $21 million for sewer, the average homeowner could see their water/sewer bill increase by $250.
Mass Bay Community College and Framingham have agreed to a 2-year lease extension for the college to use the former Farley School building Framingham Patch has learned.
Catch Materalize at Fountain Street Fine Art Gallery, book signing at Diosa Dance Yoga Health, Villari's Family Martial Arts hosting parent's night out and Brandon Lepere performing at Nobscot Cafe featured in today's column
Framingham Town Meeting is scheduled to meet again at 7:30 in Nevins Hall. Framingham Patch will be live blogging.
Police & Fire
The following information was supplied by the Framingham Police. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Elementary school losing an assistant principal, Framingham Town Meeting approved $102 million school budget, Framingham Police say sex offender misidentified, Chief Assessor leaving and school suspension workshop featured in today's column.
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